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2013 and earlier Lexus RX 350 Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • tranavtranav Posts: 30
    hi puregrace09,
    On top of $4000-$5000 off, you should ask the dealers about $2500 cash back incentive. That should bring your discount to $7.5 off the MSRP. You should take advantage of 0.9% for 36 mos, 1.9% for 48 mos or 2.9% for 60 mos too. Good luck,
  • $636.16 at signing is very low... what where the various fees you were charged.

    Several have reported an acquisition fee in the amount of $700. Did anyone manage to negotiate this figure down?
  • Just leased a new RX and learned that the dealer has way too much inventory and are willing to make a deal to clear it before the end of the year.

    I'd be happy to approach a local dealer with too much inventory and offer to take 2 cars off his inventory before the end of the month if he lowers the price on both by 50%.

    He mentioned that he has a few 08 ES and 08 GS that he'd like to get rid of.

    Anyone interested??
  • Sounds like an good deal. I'd be interested. How do I get in touch with you?
  • geek4geek4 Posts: 1
    I'd appreciate pricing that anyone has on a 2009 RX350 AWD with the Premium Plus package, heated seats, and the rear entertainment system (no nav). Best I am getting is 40K + TTL ..which seems high and so wanted to check with others ..

    thanks,
    Pete
  • email me at softwarecompliance@yahoo.com

    Are you ok with an '08?

    What model?

    What minimum options?

    Buy? Finance through Lexus? - I'll have to check on available financing. i think the .9% only applies to '09s.

    Lease? - What terms do you want?

    Color?

    ANYONE ELSE INTERESTED? WE WOULD HAVE SOME GREAT BARGAINING LEVERAGE IF WE CAN TAKE MORE OFF THEIR HANDS.

    Today's news about Toyota's losses and the oversupply in Long Beach are powerful motivators to do aggressive deals.

    I'm guessing that anyone can get at least at least 30% off the MSRP of a dealer's existing inventory at this point.

    :)

    This is pretty fun.
  • I just leased an '09 RX 350 in Dallas on 12/20/08. It has Nav & the Premium Plus package. The lease was for 36 month/15k miles per year.
    MSRP-$44,841.
    Selling price-$38,500
    Residual-52%
    MF-.0012-I could not get the .0095 even though my FICO score is 793.
    They paid off my current lease-2 payments-total $1056.
    Upfront charges-$670.93 (first payment & documentation)
    Payment-$526.93
    The deal was all over the phone. Initially their quote was $39,500. I might could have got better, but I am happy with it.
    Merry Christmas everyone!
  • People should be able to get at least $3000 under invoice for the RX-350 and at least $2000 under invoice for the RX-400h right now in the SFBay area. Negotiate directly with the Internet / Fleet Manager to cut out the commission given to the salesman. The best price quotes I received were from Putnam Lexus in Redwood City and Coliseum Lexus in Oakland.
  • hi, i got a price quote of 39500 including tax. this price i got was for 2009 rx awd with navi. Is this a good price. I got it from Long lsland dealer.have i got a good quote? Please let me know if someone has gotten a better price. I will be willing to drive to ny,nj or ct for the car.
    Thank you in advance
  • You can probably do better. Check the dealer inventory in the area and contact the one with the largest in 2009s.

    Just got 2009 RX 350 with Nav & Premium
    36 months
    15K miles
    .00095 MF

    $36,900
    $956 payment
    $556ish /month
  • hi scout, thank you for the information. where did u get your car from? u got it for 36900 with tax and fees? The car u got was 2009 rx 350 AWD oor FWD?
  • Bay Area.

    Tax and fees not included - fees were @ $400

    2009 RX 350 AWD
  • tranavtranav Posts: 30
    scoutandatty,
    Your price was $36,900. What was the MSRP? Thanks,
  • Holla322,
    What is the MSRP? Premium package? Pebble Beach edition? How much are your montly payments and for how many miles per year? What is the out the door cost?

    I too am in the market on Long Island. What dealership?
  • did this include the navigation?
    thanks
  • MSRP = $45K and $300 ish
  • yep

    see my earlier post detailing the options, etc.
  • tranavtranav Posts: 30
    scoutandatty,
    That means that you have more than $8400 off the MSRP price. That was very good. That's all I need so I can negotiate to get similar deal. Thanks
  • Hi, I have the following in the Boston area. Just want to make sure this is the best.

    RX350 with PP (LV), Nav, 18", heated front seats /rain sensing,
    All weather mats, cargo mat, wheel locks, towing prep package

    MSRP 46,181

    Purchase $38,500

    Down $1700 (docs, acq fee, 1st month pmt)

    Monthly $473 - 36mo / 12,000 mile

    Residual .54%

    Money Factor .000125 (I have seen some people with .000095 should i ask for this)

    Can I get the purchase price lower and the MF lower?

    Thanks -
  • Anyone interested in doing a purchase before the end of the month in NJ, Edison or Bridgewater. Planning on going Friday or Saturday. Better to go buy two than one. Please let me know.
  • I have a comparable lease deal in LA with exception I have a FWD,Mark Livingston and Chrome Wheel and MSRP aboyt $39,000. Mark Livingston has 12 speakers and I do believe it is better quality than the regular system. I put $3000 down includes (First month) and 12K/36 months. It had a red bow and a show vehcile inside their show room. If you going to lease the sell price is not that important. If we have to do over, we would ask for 15K/year for the same deal. Good Luck.
  • anyone recently lease rx350 awd in NJ area. can you please post the details, msrp, purchase price, terms, mf and residuals. I am looking to lease one befoe year end.

    thanks
  • ny63ny63 Posts: 6
    Planning to buy RX350(AWD) premium plus pkg and nav before end of the year.
    what is the lowest price anybody paid in NY/NJ area.
    Any incentives avilable now.
    If I wait till Jan 2009, will i get a better price?
    Request help.
  • I have been quoted 38,000 for the RX350 AWD with Nav. I think it can be better. Hoping to buy this weekend if could get them to 37,000.
  • ny63ny63 Posts: 6
    Hi sdiaznj:

    Which dealership was it (hope you don't mind sharing)?
    Again the price was for AWD, 18" liquid graphite wheels, heated front seats with rain sensing wipers and navi with blue tooth and bkup camera?.

    If $38000 is for all that, it is pretty good. If you get $37000 that will be a steal.

    thanks
  • I have been quoted for $34,000 + TTL for RX350 FWD with Premium pkg wo Nav. Can it go lower?

    Thanks,
  • skylabskylab Posts: 37
    Seems like they're hitting you up for over $500 in doc fees? If so, that's pretty steep. And, unless you have credit issues, I'd push back on the MF and ask for the 0.00095 buy rate. That alone gets your payment down to around $450, which seems more reasonable based on other people's experiences detailed here. Check the RX350 leasing thread for more details.

    Which dealership is this, if you don't mind me asking? I'm also in the Boston area and in the market for an RX.
  • where in florida are you being quoted 34,000 - I am looking for premium pkg with navigation.....that seems like a good price
  • Tampa bay area, one quoted $34,000 on the MSRP $46,400. The OTD price is $37, 000. Another one is $34,700 on the MSRP $40,776. The OTD is $37,700.

    One person in this forum had the quote for $36,000 OTD but did not said where in FL.
  • lex_njlex_nj Posts: 16
    Plan to lease an RX350 for about 410-415 without NAV and 440-450 with NAV in Northern NJ for 36 mo/10k miles (no cap cost reduction, only TTL, doc fee, acqu fee up front).
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